57764776abb1f22eb0a121468a58ff152fb45291 — Kenny Levinsen 7 days ago 17cdbe0
man: Add simple seatd-launch(1) page
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seatd-launch - Start a process with its own seatd instance


*seatd-launch* [options] [--] command


	Show help message and quit.

*-s <path>*
	Where to create the seatd socket. Defaults to a unique file path.

	Show the version number and quit.


seatd-launch starts a seatd instance with a dedicated socket path, waits for it
to be ready, and starts the specified command with SEATD_SOCK set
appropriately.  Once the specified command terminates, the seatd instance is
also terminated.

seatd requires root privileges to perform its tasks. This can be achieved
through SUID of seatd-launch, *sudo(8)*/*doas(1)*, or by running seatd-launch
as root. seatd-launch will drop privileges from the effective user to the real
user before running the specified command. If the real user is root, this is
simply a noop - only run directly as root if you intend for the specified
command to run as root as well.

seatd-launch serves a similar purpose to the libseat "builtin" backend, but is
superior to it for two reasons:
. The specified command never runs as root
. The standard seatd executable and libseat backend is used


The libseat library, *<libseat.h>*, *seatd(1)*


Maintained by Kenny Levinsen <contact@kl.wtf>, who is assisted by other
open-source contributors. For more information about seatd development, see